As company incorporation agents our experience and relationship with the Registrar of Companies means, we can obtain registry copies of company documents and conduct comprehensive India company searches.
We can provide copies of India company documents held at the company register, an Apostille service can also be provided on certified copies of India company documents issued by the Registrar of Companies.
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs is primarily concerned with administration of the Companies Act 2013, the Companies Act 1956, and the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008.
Registrar Of Companies Registrars of Companies (ROC) was appointed under Section 609 of the Companies Act covering the various States and Union Territories are vested with the primary duty of registering companies and LLP's and ensuring that such companies and LLP's comply with statutory requirements under the Act.
The India Company Search is a summary of the latest information filed at Registrar of Companies, confirms the existence of the company and provides further company details disclosed by the company.
The contents of an Indian company search report include:
The search report will be ordered from the Indian company registry and is delivered by email in 3 - 7 days.
With an India Company Credit Report we conduct an investigation on the target company, include the latest information on the company held at the Official Registry Records and credit recommendations are included, where financial data has been filed.
A company credit report includes following information:
Registration details including:
Shareholder's Information and share details including:
Management details including:
Credit Rating details including:
Additional details including:
Latest Financial Accounts, where available including:
The credit report will be delivered by email in 8 - 12 days. A credit report can be provided on an express service in 4 - 7 days.
An Indian Certificate of Incorporation is issued by the Registrar of Companies and we can provide a registry copy of the company incorporation certificate which includes the company name, company number, date of incorporation and states that a company is incorporated under the relevant companies acts.
The Registrar does not provide Good Standing Certificates for companies registered in India. The company search report we can provide does include details on the current company status.
We can provide copies of the Memorandum of Association which includes, the company name, registered office, registered agent, business activities, share capital the company is authorised to issue, objects and powers of the India company.
Companies have a legal obligation to maintain certain company registers, we can provide details of the registered company directors for India companies. These details are included in the credit report we can supply.
A shareholder register is kept at both the Registered Office and a publicly available copy is held at the Registrar of Companies, we can provide a copy of this shareholder register. These details are included in the credit report we can supply.
India has very stringent accounting and reporting requirements, with all companies also requiring an auditor. This offers high levels of transparency in India and the majority of company information is available for public inspection.
Annual accounts of newly incorporated companies should be drawn up from the date of incorporation up to the day before the AGM. After, companies are required to file annual accounts and have these accounts audited annually to the standards laid down by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
Companies with share capital between INR 1 million (€12,000) and INR 20 million (€240,000) must file an annual compliance certificate along with the annual report from a company secretary, within 30 days of the AGM.
Every company is required to file an annual return with the Registrar of Companies within 60 days of the annual general meeting date. Annual return filing fees apply and must be paid upon submitting the annual return.
The primary form of company incorporation in India is a Private Limited Company (PVT).
A Private Limited Company (PVT) in India requires two directors and a maximum of twelve, with no restrictions on nationality or residency.
At least one of the directors must have a valid Digital Signature Certificate to be used on official electronic documents. This signature certificate is issued by the Certifying Authorities upon application, and approved by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.
Directors of Indian companies are required to register as a director with the Ministry of Corporate Affair and to obtain a Directors Identification Number..
Only two shareholders are required for your Private Limited Company (PVT). There are no restrictions placed on the nationality or residency of the shareholders.
The minimum share capital for a Private Limited Company is INR100,000.
Where the share capital is equal to or greater than INR50 million a company secretary must be appointed.